Stamp Duty is charged to you by the government when you buy a property and will often be your largest upfront cost. It won't be included within your loan and depending on which Australian state your new property is in - and whether you’re a first home buyer - this cost can vary considerably. Use our Stamp Duty Calculator to indicate how much Stamp Duty could cost you. or view our home loan options below.

The investment property guide

Questions to ask yourself before placing an offer With the property market in a growth phase, rental vacancies at all-time lows and staycations replacing overseas travel, many people are considering this as an opportune time to enter the investment property market. Whilst it’s a decision that needs to be based...

Questions to ask yourself before placing an offer With the property market in a growth phase, rental vacancies at all-time...

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How to drive your renovation dollar further

Questions to ask yourself before diving into a renovation For many Australians, the pandemic has increased our appetite for renovating. With more time spent at home, extra downtime and little opportunity to spend our dollars on an overseas holiday, we are looking to make our own space a little more...

Questions to ask yourself before diving into a renovation For many Australians, the pandemic has increased our appetite for renovating....

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What is negative and positive gearing?

When tuning in to media coverage around property and particularly investment properties, there is a good chance you’ve heard the term ‘negatively geared’. Of course, as balance would have it, there is also another relative concept called ‘positively geared’. Put simply, negative gearing is where you’ve borrowed money to invest,...

When tuning in to media coverage around property and particularly investment properties, there is a good chance you’ve heard...

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What are some of the ‘extra’ payments whe...

You’ve been following the market, looking at mortgage calculators, and you’ve got your eye on a house you’d like to make your home. The problem is, you’ve been fixated on the cost of the house. You know how many hundred thousand you’re willing to pay for it, but you may...

You’ve been following the market, looking at mortgage calculators, and you’ve got your eye on a house you’d like...

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